Going negative? The role of bioenergy and net zero
11nov8:00 am9:30 amGoing negative? The role of bioenergy and net zeroThe Aspire Room, The Studio, 67 Hope Street, Glasgow, G2 6AE8:00 am - 9:30 am OrganiserBright BlueEvent TypeWebinar & TalksThemeClimate Justice,Energy & Renewables,Nature & Biodiversity
Contested amongst some and applauded by others, the debate around the role of bioenergy in delivering net zero has been an ongoing one. In this event, we discuss everything from
Contested amongst some and applauded by others, the debate around the role of bioenergy in delivering net zero has been an ongoing one. In this event, we discuss everything from the different feedstocks used to the role bioenergy should play in our heating, energy and transport systems. We consider what the best uses are for biomass, how we can deliver Bioenergy Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) at scale and challenges ahead for the biomass industry.
– The Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (invited)
– Madeline Cuff, Environment Reporter, The i
– Dr Doug Parr, Chief Scientist and Policy Director, Greenpeace UK
– Nina Skorupska, Chief Executive, Renewable Energy Association
– William Craroft-Eley, Chief Executive, Terravesta
– Silvio Spiess, Founder, Innasol
– Ryan Shorthouse, Chief Executive, Bright Blue (Chair)
– What lessons can be learnt from the expansion of bioenergy in Europe over the last 10 years?
– How critical is bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) to delivering net zero 2050 in the UK?
– With falling costs for other types of renewables, does BECCS have a long-term future?
– Does BECCS have a negative impact on biodiversity?
– Should the UK Government continue to subsidise BECCS?
– What other areas of innovation are required within bioenergy supply chains?
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